About Super Beta Prostate
Super Beta Prostate is claimed to be the number one natural prostate supplement in the country, and to have “helped improve the overall quality of life for millions of men.” The supplement in endorsed by Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Theismann, who claims that he experienced lasting relief from the use of Super Beta Prostate.
Super Beta Prostate is manufactured by New Vitality, who also sells Ageless Male, Estrinol, Trim Factor, and many other supplements. The company holds an A- rating with the Better Business Bureau, with more than 230 closed complaints over the past three years, most of which appear to be related to difficulty un-enrolling from the autoship program. Regarding Super Beta Prostate specifically, online customer reviews appear to be mixed, with the most common complaints citing failure to work and high price.
How Super Beta Prostate Works
According to the product’s website, 50% of men over 50, and 80% of men over 80, experience prostate issues. Fortunately, the company claims that Super Beta Prostate can help these men experience fewer trips to the bathroom, better sleep throughout the night, more complete bladder emptying, stronger urinary flow, and increased energy, using some of the best all-natural ingredients. These include (note: these had to be obtained via third-party websites):
- Beta-sitosterol 150mg
- Zinc 15mg
- Copper 2mg
- Vanadium 1mg
- Chromium 120mcg
- Molybdenum 75mcg
- Selenium 70mcg
- Boron 3mg
- Iodine 150mcg
- Silicon 10mg
- Germanium 100mcg
- Vitamin D
The company claims that Super Beta Prostate is a safe and effective way to support prostate health, and that more than 5 million bottles have been sold over the past 10 years.
Super Beta Prostate Pricing & Refund Policy
Super Beta Prostate is available from CVS, GNC, Amazon, and many other online retailers. If purchased through directly through New Vitality, you’ll pay just $6.99 shipping and handling for a “free” 30-day trial.
Like most nutritional supplement manufacturers, after purchasing Super Beta Prostate you’ll be automatically enrolled in the product’s autoship program, which is named the “exclusive auto replenishment program.” Whatever you choose to call it, this means that you’ll continue receiving a fresh 30-day supply of Super Beta Prostate once per month, and your credit card will be charged $39.95 plus $6.99 S&H each time. According to the supplement’s website, enrollment can be cancelled at any time.
Super Beta Prostate comes with a 30-day, 100% satisfaction guarantee, less shipping and handling charges. Simply contact customer service at 800-943-6465 or firstname.lastname@example.org to begin the refund process.
Bottom Line: Is Super Beta Prostate a Scam?
First, as we briefly mentioned in our New Vitality review, the company was the center of a 2013 class action lawsuit involving allegations of false endorsements related to Super Beta Prostate, including for the product’s endorser, Joe Theismann. Furthermore, it was revealed that Super Beta Prostate’s creator, Roger Mason, “has no training, education or experience relevant to the treatment of BPH or its symptoms, [or] relevant to the development of drugs or dietary supplements. He has never held a job in any of these fields.”
In addition, as we noted in our Garcinia Cambogia Buyer’s Guide, not including a product label or ingredients list is generally a big red flag when it comes to nutritional supplements. Because neither of these are included on the Super Beta Prostate website, we had to do some digging to uncover a list of ingredients. This is something you’ll be putting in your body, and you deserve to know—directly from the manufacturer—exactly what’s in it.
Finally, we’ve read countless complaints that Super Beta Prostate did not work as advertised, and that multiple calls to customer service are often required in order to un-enroll from the company’s autoship program. Taken together, this would lead us to believe that your hard-earned money can likely be better spent on a BPH remedy other than Super Beta Prostate.
3 out 3 people found this review helpful
This is a scam. I sent “Shipping and Handling” charges for a “Free” bottle a few years ago. I never received a bottle! This just takes the money you send and sends you nothing! I couldn’t believe I saw the same scam again!
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
50 out 53 people found this review helpful
It did nothing for me!
I took this twice daily as suggested and noticed absolutely zero effect. Bought it at Rite aid, and although the label implies a 100% satisfaction guarantee, there is no provision to place a claim on the product website for retail purchases.
I decided to cut my losses rather than waste my time chasing ghosts. I would NOT recommend experimenting with this product.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friendView all 1 commentsHide comments
Jan 8, 2018
I did try it and it didn't do anything for me. If you take it and have hypertension, check your blood pressure daily. If it was that good, why is it not prescribed by your own physician? They show individuals including so-called medical authorities or doctors in their testimonials but these are paid. Besides, at the bottom of their ads read their disclaimer, which means they take no responsibility for it.
Once you order the free bottle, do not give them your card number. If you try to call them for a refund you, get a chair, it will be a long wait. This is a scam like many seen on the internet and TV. Don't give them your card, and if you are curious enough just order a free bottle but don't authorize them to ship you a second bottle automatically. They'll bill you. For your ailment, go to your physician.